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, a brilliant shooting star who lit up the sky and william rusher, and never wavering north star by which conservatives learned to chart their political course. many have written about william f. buckley jr. that irresistible renaissance man, but no one until david frisk has given us an in-depth portrait of the other bill, william rusher. who among his other solutes for contributions played a pivotal role in the life of the national draft goldwater committee. that was critical because if there had been no draft goldwater committee there would have been no presidential candidate barry goldwater in 1964 and if there had been no candidate goldwater in 1964, there would have been no president-elect ronald reagan in 1980. it was goldwater who approved reagan's famous a time for choosing television address which made reagan political star overnight and led to his running for governor of california and eventually president of the united states. david recounts how william rusher short up the goldwater committee when money ran short and spirits sagged. skillfully guided young americans for freedom
traces the history of one of california's most intriguing characters. we're talking about william randall and the enormous castle he built. we hope you enjoy the program. >>> he was born before the battle of gettysburg and he would live well into the atomic age. he founded a publishing empire that was legendary in its inattention to truth and the ability to manipulate the american public. he was married and the father of five sons. he flaunted a public affair with a movie star for 36 years. this giant billboard of a man would influence presidential politics for the first half of this century. he was throughout his life reviled and honored as he led his country men on a roller coaster ride of emotions. william randolph hurst is the citizen who would be king. william randolph hurst wanted his newspapers to be dramatic. his stories did not have to be real but full of stories he thought people wanted to read. it was an idea he seized and pushed to the limit. a hurst newspaper was essentially three things. headlines, comics and sports. hurst would single into a story and blast it for days, the
, stafford, orange, spotsylvania, prince william, fauquier, rappahannock and king george counties in virginia, all of the school closings and delays are scrolling on the bottom of your screen. we'll bring you the latest as it comes into the newsroom. >>> the cold could impact your commute on the metro. yesterday a rail cracked near the naylor road station. metro says something similar could happen again as cracked rail are fairly common with temperatures so low, especial oh above-ground portions of the track. unfortunately, they say there is no way to avoid that problem. >>> take a peek outside. you might see snow-covered roads this morning. this was the scene in charles county as crews made their way into work. let's check the forecast first with meteorologist tom kierein. >>> yeah, everything that was untreated froze right up. if the treat or road looks -- street or road looks wet, it's because they put salt on it. the road temperatures match the air temperatures, teens now. the heaviest snows were in a band from -- from rappahannock to southern maryland and the lower part of the eastern sh
. this economical journalist, john jenkins and his book, "the partisan: the life of william rehnquist." and i., the publisher of cq press details the early career and a 33 year supreme court tenure at the former chief justice. he talks the supreme court reporter and a biographer for justice o'connor and scalia, joan biskupic you. >> welcome, john jenkins. we're here to talk about your new book, "the partisan: the life of william rehnquist." i'm going to start with one general question, just to give our viewers a sense of who the chief justice is and why william rehnquist was important. there've only been 17 sheets, correct? >> guest: that's correct. >> host: what does the chief justice of the united states doing an import into volume rent is and then his chronology. >> guest: the chief has two roles in the judicial system. he serves the chief amount among amount equal is on he finds the opinion in the majority. he leads a discussion that conference. so he is an important role to play among the nine justices and he's the key guide hair. particularly when he's in the majority. but the other thi
-great-grandfather, william skinner, a textile manufacture in the mid-19th century. the author recalls skinner's immigration from london and his career ascendancy from a worker and a silk mill to the owner of his own factory, the mill village, skinnerville. in 1870 for a dam burst near skinnerville and destroyed the town and forced william skinner to rebuild. this is about an hour. >> thank you, bill. and thank you for your support of "american phoenix." and thank you all for coming out tonight. and thank you and thank you, c-span, and booktv for being here. it's a real honor. and i'm thrilled to be able to share with you "american phoenix," -- "american phoenix: the remarkable story of william skinner, a man who turned disaster into destiny." so one question that every writer gets when people find out they have been writing a been writing about been writing about, whether you're at a cocktail party, in the supermarket or on the street, is so, what's your book about. that's a fair question, and a good one, and often extremely challenging to answer. because you've spent thousands of hours writing thousands o
by prominent baptist preacher roger williams who was forced to flee massachusetts because of religious persecution. it was one of the original 13 colonies of the united states and has a rich literary culture steeped in history. with the help of our local cable partner, cox communications, booktv brings you interviews and tours of the area all weekend long from our recent visit. >> my name is morgan grefe, and i'm executive director of the rhode island historical society, and we're in the stacks of the rhode island historical society library on the east side of prove department. we have an assortment of -- providence. we have an assortment of books. the first few are actually related to roger williams, probably the most famous founder of rhode island. there were more than one for the colony of rhode island, is so roger williams gets the most attention, and these books are some of the reasons why. the first book we're going to look at today is called "the key into the language of america." and it was published in 1643. it's an origin binding, so it is kept in this case. this book is 1643
whittle and sandra williams found themselves in one morning in april. >> some unnerving moments in the east bay -- >> on the 5:00 news that night, it was the first story after the first break. a bus carrying inmates catching fire on interstate 580. closing the road and backing up traffic. it took all of 20 seconds to tell the viewer about it. >> still unclear what sparked that blaze -- >> for those who were on the bus, the memories of the fire and what followed will last a lifetime. >> i'm glad you were okay -- >> of course, thanks to alameda deputies tony whittle and sandra williams, those on the bus still have a lifetime. the day was april 6, a friday. and deputy whittle was behind the wheel of the transport bus. deputy williams was in back, sandwiched among seven different locked cages. 24 prisoners inside. until they reached the stretch of 580, it had been a smooth trip. an unremarkable day. then williams heard a pop, and whittle looked out his side view mirrors. >> i could see the flames shooting out as if it was a flame thrower, if that engine was -- it seemed to be explod
estate is what media mogul william randolph hearst is perhaps best known for--the hearst castle. once the home of the famous newspaper giant, it is now one of the world's largest tourist attractions. with 56 bedrooms, 61 bathrooms, 19 sitting rooms, a movie theater, and the world's largest private zoo, the castle is almost like a small, self-contained city rather than just one man's humble abode. >> william randolph hearst sat here in the center of the table. he liked to be surrounded by his guests. he sat here so he could talk and understand more about his guests. these were newswcrthy people that sat here around him for his meals. >> but it was the land just below his home that hearst truly cherished, a place referred to simply as "the ranch." for a man who lived his life in the public eye, this was his true oasis, a place to slip into obscurity. >> so he built his castle here at san simeon, but the love of the ranch, the cowboy lifestyle--it was always something that hearst really favored. but william randolph hearst wrote a letter to his mother--once quoting, then, from mr. hearst
yan open women's quarter finals, number three, serena williams, taking on the youngster, number 29, sloane stee stephens. williams returned long. smashes the racket. later in the set, game four for stephens. william, a forehand into the net. double match point for stephens. williams, the backhand, this time, back into the net. stephens can't believe it. she upsets williams. ed a vaps vances to the semifinals. >>> nba time, chris paul, out tuesday with a bruised kneecap the the clippers host the thunder. fourth quarter, blake griffin. the easy two points there. 31 points, 11 bard boards in the game. thunder by 14. under 5:00 to play, durant crossing up matt barnes. the thunderous jam right there. 32 points, 7 boards, 7 helpers for him. >>> that's your "sportscenter" update. i'm jorge andres. have a great day. >>> heart-stopping video out of moscow. >> the 20-year-old was rising on an ice zi road with her parents when the suv lost control and hit a truck. she was thrown if the back window on impact landing in the path of a truck that just missed her. her father scooped her up just in
that roger williams likes what everyone was thinking. he certainly did not. and he had a heated debate with quakers in particular about what they were thinking. this is 1727, roger williams has passed. but what it meant was he could disagree with the quakers, but he felt he had no right to cope them from -- to keep them from practicing that faith. and hammetit's is a man -- hammett is a man who is an example of you could even migrate from one faith to the next, and no one understood that more than roger williams. but one of the more important things at least to us is that this is published in 1727, the first year that printing is being done in rhode island. and it's printed here and sold by james franklin of newport. james franklin is the older brother of ben franklin. and it was to his brother james that ben franklin was apprenticed and learned the printing trade. so this is one of three books that survived and the only copy, i believe, that exists of john hammett's relation. as we move forward, we go into some of the more cultural aspects of rhode island's history in the 18th century
las ultiumas semanas . >> que tengab una feliz nocvhe. >> llega william bonilla con todo lo que tendrá en acción deportiva. >> le diremos como van las negociaciones porque en atlanta dicedn tener un as bajo la manga con el juego con san francisco ya regresamos con más información . >> ¿qué le haremos el barcelona tuvo una caida? la liga mx y acción deportiva . >> gracias me da gusto poder saludarte esto es conductor ebrio. >> acción deportiva . >> tigres buscaba en busca de sumar para alejarse del sdesnco había mostrado buenas cosas. >> la tuvo pero la desperdicio . >> sacaba servicio gol nunero cuyatreo se quedó con los puntos. >> querétaro tenía que aprovechar al caida de los zorros. >> jugaba individual, pachuca y querétaro con empate a uno. >> atención al tiro libre, gol de las aguilas del américa . >> segundo para molina . >> gol de jiménez esdt arroz ya se cocino al muinuto 79. >> recibia se acomodaba y sacaba disparo al final américa se quedó con la victoria cuatro goles por cero. >> real sociedad terminó con la victoria de bacel . >> mañana con los halcones,
was tied at 46-46. doesn't sit well with buzz williams. too bad. final seconds, georgetown down three. hoyas go to porter, drives, finds whittington on the baseline. the three-pointer to tie it does not go. but he fouled. whittington makes the first two free throws, gets frozen at his timeout, then misses the third that would have tied the game. marquette gets the rebound. georgetown falls 49-48 in their first big east game. >>> mark turgeon and maryland tipping off acc play at home against virginia tech. first half, check this out. every one of the five turps touches the ball. then point guard howard goes inside to lund for the dunk, 16 points and the terps had a 9-point lead. first half, dominated by the shooting display from the freshman lehman making his first start, scoring 18 of his 20 points. maryland led by 16 at the half. the crowd was amped up at com cost center. second half, another freshman took over. seth allen would score a game high 21 points, giving maryland the 18-point lead. later, allen takes advantage of a hokie turnover, scores on this lay-in. terps crush virginia
,000 workers. we're learning more about a crash to second involving prince william county. yung died a short time colliding with a minivan bristow. withe witness we spoke describes a chaotic scene. could see people trying to the police officer. it was hard to see through the smoke and flames. >> i thought it was going to explode. moments after he collided minivan, and nearby drivers snapped this picture. >> they were shooting out of the window. e front end of the car, everything. >> she rushed over from a nearby store and into the chaos. >> we saw the flames of the car. >> the man they were trying to save was prince william county chris yung.er he was writing to a separate when i minivan turning left pulled in front of the 35- year-old. somehow, the minivan driver was not injured. the seven-year veteran did not survive his injuries. they do not know if they are to come home. >> it is tragic. >> as a former military police officer, she understands the comes withhat service. >> my heart goes out to them and their families. it is a horrible thing to happen. members of the prince william county
tv on c-span2. >> sarah kilborne recounts the career of her great-great-grandfather, william skinner, a textile manufacture in the mid-19th century. the author recalls skinner's emigration from london and his career ascendancy from a worker in a silk mill to the owner of his own factory, the mill village, skinnerville. in 1847 a dam burst near skinnerville and destroyed the town and forced william skinner to rebuild. this is about an hour. >> thank you, bill. and thank you for your support of "american phoenix." and thank you all for coming out tonight. and thank you c-span and booktv for being here. it's a real honor. and i'm thrilled to be able to share with you "american phoenix: the remarkable story of william skinner, a man who turned disaster into destiny." so one question that every writer gets when people find out that you're writing a book, whether you are at a cocktail party, in the supermarket or on the street is, so, what's your book about? that's a fair question, and a good one, and often extremely challenging to answer. because you've spent thousands of hours writing t
and there coming on down. nothing sticking too heavy. nothing super heavy. we have to go to prince william county where we find a few. if you're traveling along 95 between fredericksburg and the mixing bowl, a few flurries this morning. coming up, i'll tell you when this stuff is going to leave and what the rest of the weekend weather has in store for u. >>> today guns will be the subject of a demonstration here in washington. thousands are expected for today's march on washington for gun control. around 10:00 this morning, demonstrators will march in silence from the capitol to the washington monument. at least 2,500 from around the country are in town from this event. leading the march will be several people from newtown, connecticut, where several children and six adults were killed. if you're heading downtown, be advised the march starts at the reflecting pool and progresses down constitution avenue for several blocks before turning toward the washington monument for the rally and speeches. >>> organizers of the march for life campaign believe more than 400,000 people gathered in the district
being admitted there. >> reporter: in november, 87- year-old william nicklas, a navy veteran, felt nauseated from a medication. he went to the pittsburgh v.a. hospital. his sons bob and dave nicklas weren't particularly concerned. why did he choose to go to the v.a. hospital? >> he had full trust in the v.a >> he was loyal to the military. he was loyal to the -- that treatment that he would receive there. it should be the best care in the world. >> reporter: but in the hospital he picked up an infection. >> doctors wanted to meet with us wednesday night. the family got together and that's when she told us that it was legionella bacteria that was the infection. >> reporter: william nicklas fought for his life for three days. the day after thanksgiving he was dead. you thought you would be bringing him home. >> oh, yes, yes. >> reporter: what the family didn't know when nicklas checked in was that the pittsburgh v.a. had been battling an outbreak of legionnaire's disease. there were at least four infections before nicklas. we found that the bacteria was reported in the hospital's wat
francisco. >> a horrible discovery. a man's bloody body was found inside a car trunk. rita williams is in santa rosa where she's learned the name of that dead man. rita. >> reporter: frank, that car with a body stuffed in the trunk was parked across the street from sonoma state university. that's upset some students who just returned from winter break yesterday. >> i didn't know about that. so i think i'm concerned i didn't know. >> reporter: sonoma county sheriffs investigators say it shouldn't be alarmed. >> more than likely it happened somewhere else. >> reporter: sonoma county sheriffs deputies say they spotted the car here last night. it matched a car santa rosa police say was involved in a domestic violence case friday night. they saw blood in the front seat, opened the trunk and found a man's body inside. the coroner has identified that man as sean francis parker. investigators told me parker was the suspect in that domestic violence case and that they believe at least some of the blood in the front seat belonged to the woman who was the domestic violence victim. >> we've con
williams. his sister said she heard several shots and when he realized he had been hit she ran to his side. >> my brother and my uncle -- i felt -- take his last breath -- he died right before my eye -- they shot my brother in his head -- absolutely nothing -- >> williams sister says he has had a rough life and has been in and out of group homes and juvenile hall. but also insists he turned things around and this week had come from his home there down to marin city to celebrate his 17th birthday with his family. they say he didn't know anyone and didn't have enemies. they believe he was shot because of drugs. >> i seep him there, he was coming to check up on me because there was stuff going on by my house. >> someone thought he took the stash of dope and took his life and he did not even take it. >> police tell us williams was shot two to three times and found at the base of these stairs feet away from the building where his mother, his three sisters and his brother all live. police are asking anyone with any information to give them a call. in marin city, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 n
" with brian williams. >>> good evening. the evidence is now unmistakable. aspects of the u.s. economy after a long and difficult period of darkness appear to be getting more robust. and while there are lots of numbers out to prove the point of an improving economy, problem is, of course, it's hardly being felt by all americans. but first, the good news, and it's substantial. here are the stock indexes at closing time today. all three closed up. stocks, by the way, are nearing an all-time high on wall street. on the housing front, u.s. builders started work on new homes last month at the fastest rate since the summer of '08. and finally, the number of americans seeking unemployment has fallen to a five-year low. we start off by getting more on all of it tonight from nbc's john yang in chicago. john, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. the signs are small, and they're far from conclusive. and we have had had false starts before. but economists are pointing to data that suggests that maybe, just maybe, we could be in for stronger economic growth this year, which has already started
without bond. he's due in prince william county circuit court monday for his arraignment. she says she does not plan to attend the hearing because she doesn't want to see him. since her son's death, she started a blogueen which advocates for domestic violence victims. >> darcy spencer, thank you. >>> d.c. club is closed to night after a gunman still at large after a sho injured fiveeople in northeast. investigators say a man came right up to the door of d.c.'s sound stage on benning road and opened fire around 2. 306789 this morning. that gunfire hit a woman and four men. all of them expected to survive. there is a surveillance camera above the entrance to the club but no word yet whether it got a good look at the suspect. >>> scary encounter for hotel guests held up at gun point at the homewood suites in silver spring. eight people were robbed of cash and other personal items. they arrested 18-year-old jackson julius. they found him on a ride on bus with the victim's property. he's being held on $150,000 bond. >>> new details in a deadly crash involving a d.c. ambulance. >> a woman di
? we sit down one on one with michelle williams. >>> what's the latest on the storm? >> we will see the storms come through the area this evening with heavy rains and high winds. we're going to go from cool to cold, so get your coat ready. temperatures will be falling throughout the day tomorrow. oh, boy, windchills back in the 30s. (woman) 3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (woman) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because everyone deserves a lifetime. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. ♪ burning like a fire ♪ building up from deep inside it was 3 days of pure joy. susan g. komen's investments in early detection and treatment have helped reduce breast cancer mortality in the u.s. by 33% since 1990. help us continue serving the millions of women and men with breast cancer who still need us every
.88 a piece. kimball services will be held morning for prince william county police officer killed in -- funeraluty services. >> and how congresswoman giffords is reaching the families of the school shooting in connecticut. >> and the new congress gets to work today. agenda, approving in aid for dollars victim's.sandy "at 5:00rning washington a.m. begins right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it is friday, january 4. i am scott thuman. >> i am cynne simpson. good morning. get to meteorologist as we look forward weekend. >> happy friday. it was a short week. we have a great looking weekend. will be the headline. chilly end to the week, but we lots of sunshine and low humidity to talk about. despite a cold front coming, rain or snow in the forecast. warmer weekend ahead. out this morning in the for the most part. 18 in manassas and culpeper. those are the cold spots. 28 at dulles, 31 in d.c., 30 in gaithersburg. your express forecast, sunshine through the day with a high temperature 42. that's about average. potenti
and spent seven years on the force in prince william county. we are going to have a look at how young is being remembered in the community that he served. >>> tonight police investigating an attack on a metro bus. officials say a woman was stabbed in the chest around 2:15 in the morning in anacostia. metro official space the suspect got off the bus and ran away. police are now reviewing security tapes from the bus to try to identify the person responsible. >>> worshipers at a prince george's county church are ringing in the new year in an unfortunate way. early this morning, fire broke out and badly damaged house of worship. news4's prince george's bureau chief tracee wilkins is in oxon hill with this story. >> reporter: they actually brought in the new year together inside of the church last night. they left here just after midnight and went to bed and then got a call this morning that the church was on fire. that happened around 7:30 a.m. as soon as members heard they came to the church and gathered in prayer outside of this building. investigators worked to try to figure out what s
:44 now.35 degrees. >> did gathered to remember a prince william cabot -- hundred gather to remember a prince william county police officer. >> welcome back. president obama thinking congress this morning for passing a bill that prevents the middle-class tax hike and cuts in domestic spending. the house approved the bill last night. it raises taxes on the wealthiest americans. the senate approved the bill early tuesday morning. two men charged with bodybuilding a man near d.c.'s eastern market are expected to pe- with beating a man near d.c.'s eastern market are expected to appear today in court. the anne arundel court house today -- protest of 's of new same sex marriage law. >> today pennsylvania is suing the ncaa for sanctions regarding the jerry sandusky sex abuse scandal. the governor -- governor tom corbett is expected to talk about the suit during a news conference today. including a $60 million fine to help fight child abuse and victims. pennsylvania leaders object the enzi of -- the ncaa using most of them on the outside the state. nearly three weeks after a gunman's rampag
on the roof. it is unclear what lured poe to the roof or why he was there. >> a prince william county police officer killed in a traffic accident is being remembered tonight. a viewing is being held for chris yung and we're live in woodbridge with how he is being honored. >> it is obviously that officer chris yung was a well-loved officer. this viewing just started a few minutes ago and a lot of people here. this is video we took several hours ago, even late this afternoon officers and other folks were starting to aprovide for this viewing. he was a 35-year-old married father of three. as i mentioned, very well-liked. he always had a smile on his face and he had a generous spirit as well. on new year's eve he was responding to a call on his motorcycle and had his lights on when a minivan made a left turn in front of him and the accident took his life. they say it is sad to lose a police officer who was trying to prothedget. >> they work so hard even it is extremely sad to lose something that was so beneficial to our community. >> tomorrow the fune
of people converging on this city safe. nbc's justice correspondent, pete williams, looks at a city on high alert. >> reporter: in the airspace above washington, helicopters and jets will enforce a virtual no-fly zone for 30 miles in all directions from the u.s. capitol. six miles of the potomac and anacostia rivers will be shut down, with 150 blocks of downtown washington closed to traffic, partly out of concern for car or truck bombs. >> we have to be prepared for everything, so that's the way we do. we prepare with all of our partners and try to come up with a plan for every eventuality. >> reporter: much of inaugural security will be visible for protection and crowd control, with countersnipers on top of buildings around the capitol and along the parade route. some not so visible, detectors monitoring the air for toxins and plain-clothed security teams at subway and train stations watching for suspicious behavior. at the ready near the capitol, thousands of doses of antidotes in case of a chemical or biological attack. no firm figures are available, but officials say all this security w
will be voting on whether or not to hire an over all -- an over all police consulting team that includes william bratten. about 20 police officers were called in to deal with a large group of people who do not want the city to hire high-profile police consultant. his zero tolerance police strategies have been controversial in other cities where he has worked. they say it gives officers too much discretion and leads to racial profiling and harassment. one man said his recent experience is typical. >> a police officer told me why am i sitting on my neighbor's stairs? i said because this is my neighbor's stairs. >> they left leaving a contingent of 10 local pastors to appeal to the hiring of bratton. >> i support the chief. >> he brought crime down in l.a. and he helped to get minority people, woulding and the complaint levels wept down in the city and it was the change for the good and for the better. >> keep in mind william bratten is part of a crime-fighting consulting team that includes a strategy of community collaboration and a goal to reduce crime by 10%. the council will be voting to hire t
- year-old william mcquain would be found alive after police discovered his mom bludgeoned to death in her germantown apartment, but after days searching they found william's battered body dumped in the woods and his mom's husband has now pleaded guilty to murdering both mother and son. >> it's about money. it's about things. it was about property. >> reporter: the prosecutor says he did consider seeking the death penalty but could not make it fit under maryland's complicated rules. sentencing now set for april 17th, the big question seeming to be life or life without the possibility of parole. in montgomery county, bruce leshan, 9 news now. >>> police hope you can help them find a missing germantown woman. look at this picture of bernice calacko last seen new year's eve when she left her house along gunner's terrace. if you've seen her, please call police. >>> the man suspected of groping over a dozen women in fairfax county appears to have struck again. this most recent incident came last night. a 30-year-old woman said she was jogging along briarwood court near patriot drive whe
enforcement family, and friends gathered in woodbridge to say goodbye to a prince william county police officer killed in the line of duty. good morning, washington. it's friday, january 4. i am cynne simpson. >> i'm scott thuman. glad to have you along on this friday morning. let's get to jacqui jeras to talk about the forecast and the weekend. >> the weekend is just about here and the weather looks great. it was chilly outside yesterday the coldest day of the week. things will get better from here. 19 degrees in manassas this morning, 18 in culpeper, 30 in the district, 25 at dulles. there's a wind chill especially to the north and west. hagerstown's feels like 19 degrees, 22 in martinsburg, 30 in luray. our forecast, 31 and cold with sunshine at 9:00, 38 at noon, 40 degrees with clear skies at 5:00, for high temperature of 42, about average. temperatures will be rising above seasonal averages. that's coming up, minutes away. we will go to traffic now with the jamee. >> good friday morning. around the capital beltway looks good, virginia maryland, not encountering problems. overnight
.com for the latest developments through the night. >>> they are mourning in a prince william county tonight after a police officer was killed in the line of duty. 35-year-old motorcycle police officer chris young crashed into a minivan while responding to a call. it was a fiery collision. news 4's david culver shows us how young is being remembered tonight. >> reporter: a tragedy for the prince william county police department as they mourn the loss of one of their own. officer chris young killed when his motorcycle crashed into a minivan right here on nokesville road. distraught looks on the faces of loved ones visiting his crash site. prince william county police say the 35-year-old motorcycle officer was responding to an accident when his bike collided with this minivan. the driver of that now charred van is not hurt but doctors pronounced officer young dead at a nearby hospital. >> sad. heart broken. >> reporter: brendan thomas works at a chick-fil-a that overlooked the scene of the crash and says this face was a familiar and friendly one inside his restaurant. >> most of the police officers
with former financial regulator william black, author of "the best way to rob a bank is to own one." and matt taibbi with this new piece, the tax secrets and lies of the bella." >> par sabbai the treasury, it is all done by ex wall street people and current wall street people. ordinary people really do not have input into any of this. >> then, haiti. three years after the earthquake that killed over 300,000 people, we speak to jonathan katz, author of, "the big truck that went by: how the world came to save haiti and left behind a disaster." all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman at least 120 people were killed in pakistan thursday in a series of bombing attacks mostly targeting shi'ite muslims and government soldiers. 86 deaths came in a twin bombing in the southern city of quetta, with scores dying in initial blast followed by more deaths when a car bomb struck police and rescuers who arrived at the scene. the band citigroup claimed responsibility for the attack, prompting fears of worsening sectarian violence in
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of 01939h. >>> this morning the prince william motorcycle office we are killed in a crash is being laid to rest. savers chris young was killed on monday while responding to a call in bristoe. family friends and officers are saying their final goodbyes this morning. tony is live in prince william county with more on how loved ones are paying their respects to be tony? >> reporter: keith, sad morning for prince william county and police departments as well as many police departments through the the region and nation. many have showed up to show their support and as you said the funeral is going on now and the procession set to leave around noontime. look behind me, all these vehicles are police vehicles. they fill this parking lot and an adowning parking lot and make some fields. hundreds of police department members here to show their support as you mentioned, prince william county police officer chris young lost his life earlier this week. he was a seven-year veteran assigned to the motorcycle unit and traffic enforcement. his bhoil strike a mini van earlier this week when he was respon
about some of those key class themes we went over in our interview with cecil williams. now, this was quite a shoot. it's a fantastic church out in san francisco, and reverend williams said some amazing things about religion on this. but for the crew, what made the day, actually, it was my birthday - i went to church on my birthday when we did this shoot, and it was chaos. i mean, thousands of people around, nobody knew where we were supposed to go, we're sitting down with all our equipment like some rock stars on a battle of the bands, hanging around there, just waiting for stuff to happen. and all of a sudden, this movie star walks in - what's her name? anybody know her? tall? see, i forgot her name already. but she walks in and just - she's got this beautiful look and it made the day, anyway. but we weren't allowed to get her on tape there. anyway, that has nothing to do with religion. but what we want to do is to look at this tape here, and thinking about identity and relationship and religion, here we have cecil williams, reverend cecil williams, who's quite a character
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william to look at things. -- is in prince william county to look at things. tony? >> reporter: it's similar to what megan was talking about. we're at the corner of prince william parkway and telegraph road. if you're waking up this morning, this is what you'll see on the side roads. plows have been through but not a lot of salt down. there's still a lot of the snow is covering the ground on the side streets. if you look at prince william parkway, a lot of salt has been down from yesterday. they've been putting down the brine milk and adding molasses -- mix and adding molasses, too. we came down 95, and condition weren't that bad on 95. guys, the temperatures are low, as tom's been talking about all morning. a lot of spots are wet. could be a little black ice. you still want to take your time. guys, by the way, a lot of people might be off work this morning. you see this couple i talked to a couple of minutes ago, they're out enjoying the snow. it's only a little after 4:30. some people making the best of this. we'll stay on this all morning, continue to check in with you guys. tha
. not good. but we know more tonight. multiple sources have redskins trent williams attending his first pro bowl, not playing. williams is reportedly being replaced in the lineup after an altercation at the nightclub that left williams in stitches. doreen is in shock. >> williams has been in hawaii all week getting ready. pro football talk is reporting that williams was the victim in this altercation and he will still be on the sidelines for the game. adam sheckner tweeted that he received stitches in his head and was tazered. we still have not heard anything from the redskins pr staff but expect a statement from honolulu soon. stay tuned for more developments in that story. >>> the washington capitals finally get a point in the standings, but that's all they get. caps force overtime up in new jersey, but they have a heck of a time against the devils in the extra frame. adam oates returning to new jersey. third period caps and down 2-0. mike neuvirth. first goal as a cap. washington is on the board. later in the period mike greene with the slap shot and it's saved and it's cleared out to mi
william thornton, designed the u.s. capitol. this is just over 50 minutes. [applause] >> thank you. for that nice introduction and thank you to majors and quinn hosting this event. i suggested this to eat than back in the winter, there was never anything less than enthusiastic about having me. this was always my destination when i came to a minneapolis bookstore. i am glad i landed here. i want to tell you a little bit about the book. i will read a little bit about the book. it's nice to be here and see some old familiar faces. you know, whenever i come back to minneapolis i have this feeling what a special place marshal u was, and there are probably a few people here that will remember the place if not agree with me. and so it's always nice to be back with old friends. i really date my sell here. i even attended an advanced placement class at the old west high school which was right down here on hennipin you have to be really old when west high school was there. >> i beg your pardon. [laughter] >> you know people have asked me a lot, they said why did you write this book? it is so
is showing a few sprinkles, these little patches of green, western fairfax county. parts of prince william, rappahannock, shenandoah valley. these are zipping off to the east. elsewhere, a partly cloudy sky now. hour by hour through the day today, between 7:00 and 8:00, hovering upper 30s, low 40s with the patchy fog in the rural areas. by 10:00, ought to be in the upper 40s. near 50 degrees much of the region. in fact, may be near 60 part of the shenandoah valley into central virginia during the afternoon. night quite as warm around the metro area in the afternoon. sunrise at 7:17. sunset at 5:26. a look at the rest of the day and a hometown forecast coming up in ten minutes. first 4 traffic with danella now. >> good morning, we'll start with the rails. two minor dee lals on the marc train. brunswick east 890. a seven-minute delay. penn south train number 511. i mentioned a moment ago, we were talking about delays on i-95. usual volume. stafford towards quantico, you are slow. then again, just a little bit of delay towards prince william parkway, here's a live look now. not terrible. hov
here in fairfax county, southern loudoun, northern prince william. around manassas. that's quickly heading off to the south and east. it's really breaking up, beginning to end, north of there. montgomery, howard, frederick, maryland. and all these counties, though, in lavender are still under a winter weather advisory until 9:00. generally an inch or so in these areas. temperatures very cold still. we're just in the mid to upper teens in prince george's county. montgomery county just in the mid teens. arlington, fairfax county only the upper teens. and we're going to stay here, only near 20 degrees here through about 9:00. then by noontime, ought to be in the mid 20s. then between 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, hovering in the upper 20s for a brief time. we'll have lots of sunshine. the wind's going to be blustery, too. we'll have it gusting to around 30 miles per hour. here's your storm team 4 four-day forecast. looks like a more snow tomorrow. increasing clouds on friday. not in the morning. in the teens. highs reaching near 30 early afternoon on friday. then more snow likely moving back in,
williams will sit out tomorrow's pro bowl after getting hurt in a nightclub brawl. espn reports williams was hit with a champagne bottle and needed stitches and was tasered during that fight. police say williams did not start the fight. two men did have to go to the hospital. officers arrested one man. five others are being investigated. the pro bowler is not one of them. a league spokesman says williams will still be on the sidelines tomorrow wearing his jersey and will be credited with a pro bowl appearance. and you can still catch london fletcher and the other redskins at this year's pro bowl tomorrow night on nbc starting at 7:00. big game. >>> the time right now is 9:06. new this morning, the big announcement from the walt disney company overnight about a major movie franchise. >>> plus, putting politics aside. how the virginia attorney general is being hailed a hero for rescuing a woman from a burning truck. >>> and why the push to change the electoral map in virginia may not happen. >>> and we're just getting it started. join us on facebook and twitter. >>> starting tomorrow it's
on this edition of "the washington journal," we will be talking with kayla williams about the decision to lift the ban on combat roles. later we will take a look at the best and worst bosses on capitol hill. we will be right back after this break. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> if we turned away from the needs of others, we align ourselves with those forces which are bringing about this suffering. >> it is a bully pulpit and you have to take advantage of it. >> obesity is nothing short of a public health crisis. >> a zero antennas come up and tell me when somebody has their own agenda. >> it would be a shame to waste it. >> i think they serve as a window on the past to what was going on with american women. >> she becomes the chief confidante. she is the only one he can trust. >> many women who were first ladies, a lot of them were riders. >> they are in many cases more interesting as human beings than their husbands. if only because they are not first and foremost defined and limited by political ambition. >>
get them at www.nixon-library dot goff. >> william luckles house, did you do that interview? >> sure. i remember it. it was at the library. one of the things -- if you watch these, there is a story of course in the role woodward and bernstein played, very important in baregate and the role the house played and senate played and the prosecutors and cox and his army of prosecutors. don't forget the role played by republicans within the nixon administration who said no. and luckleshouse is one of them. he's not alone and we'll hear from a few of them. >> here is william ruckleshouse. who is number two? >> the secretary-general of the united states. [video clip] >> it was clear he wasn't going to carry out those orders who he maintained after cox's press conference. i remember him turning to me and saying what are you going to do? and i told him, i don't think it's close. i think that what he's asking you and apparently subsequently me to do is fundamentally wrong. and that you don't have any choice but to do it. and that will mean they'll find somebody else to do it and vefrpblly -- the
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